We don’t care what anyone else says, we love wrap skirts. They’re a balmy day in an item of clothing and particularly forgiving after a large meal, which is very useful now that restaurants are somewhat open. They’re also diverse: some are plain and some are patterned, some are mini and some are maxi, some are linen and some are denim. A few, in fact, are faux wrap skirts. Those are handy if the adjustable element of a wrap skirt is irrelevant to you. What hopefully won’t be irrelevant to you, however, is at least one of these wrap skirts – they're our favourites.
A wrap skirt with pockets? Elegant clothes do not get much more practical than this. And – should you want to wear one – it even has a coordinating crop top.
Life isn’t black and white, but this Elzinga wrap skirt is. We might even consider exfoliating and shaving for it.
The print on this MSGM skirt might be described as ‘abstract’, but our feelings for it aren’t. We shall be wearing it with a bikini top and little else.
Imagine patrolling the mean streets in this – you’d look fabulous.
‘Beige’ is often used as a synonym for ‘boring’, but this beige wrap skirt is anything but (which probably has something to do with it being from Acne Studios).
If you want a wrap skirt that’s sustainable, we suggest this one by Asime.
Wearing white is always somewhat of a risk, but this skirt is probably worth it.
If you’re the type of person to wear a pink mini skirt then you definitely won’t care that this is actually one of those aforementioned faux wrap skirts.
This Melissa Odabash wrap skirt would obviously look best on a beach. And if that beach currently has to be Brighton beach, so be it.
Linen in any form is always a summer favourite, but a linen wrap skirt is peak perfection – especially if it’s Isabel Marant Étoile.